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Back Pain

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Dec 18 2020

101 Physio – we care
At 101 Physio we know you are in significant pain when you visit us for the first time, so we don’t mess you around with symantics and a lot of medical terms. From our initial consultation and assessment of your pain condition, we advise you on the best course of treatment for your specific pain symptoms/condition. In consultation with you we implement a custom treatment and management program.

At 101 Physio in Melton and Hoppers Crossing we will always strive to give you pain relief from the first session.

Our Physiotherapists will always listen and attend to your concerns.

Why do you get Back Pain?

Your back is under constant gravity and movement pressure, your lifestyle, work activities, posture, sporting activities, home duties, shopping, carrying, lifting, bending over, gardening, basically all activities that require body movement can cause Back Pain which untreated can become a Chronic Back Pain Condition.

Generally, when pain is felt in the upper or lower back it is caused by muscle strain, joint inflammation/ligament trauma, poor posture, an injury or over-use. Nearly everyone at some point in their life’s suffers from back pain. The good news is most back pain is treatable without the need for invasive surgery. 101 Physio have Pain Treatment and Management Programs.

Treatments to relieve pain, promote relaxation and restore movement, include manipulation, mobilisation, massage and exercises to strengthen your back muscles which helps support the spine.

At 101 Physio, we also provide Dry Needling for back pain.

 

CHRONIC BACK PAIN:

When Back Pain persists for over 3 months it is medically referred to as Chronic Back Pain, which may be progressive and a sign of a more serious condition.

101 Physio – Management Team

 

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